Herndon, VA — April 7, 2010 — The International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI) is scheduling regional workshops to review its 2011 Roadmap. Meetings will be held during June in Las Vegas, Nevada; Taoyuan, Taiwan; and Leuven, Belgium.
“Work on the roadmap chapters will be at about the midway point in June, and we find this is a good time for an industry review. It allows us time to make any course corrections that may be necessary,” said Chuck Richardson, roadmapping director for iNEMI. “We select chapters that will be of interest in a particular region, review the data and solicit input from industry at these workshops. This process globalizes the roadmap’s perspective, helping us ensure that regional issues are addressed in the final roadmap. It also gives participants a ‘first look’ at some of our key projections and predictions.”
The workshop schedule is as follows. Link to the URLs below for additional information about meeting location, registration fee, agenda, etc. for each workshop. The registration fee covers the meeting, including lunch, plus a copy of the 2011 Roadmap when it is released to industry in the first quarter of 2011 (a 250 USD value within North America and 325 USD outside of North America).
Date: June 1, 2010
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada (co-located with ECTC)
Date: June 8, 2010
Location: Dayuan, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Host: TPCA (Taiwan Printed Circuit Association)
Co-sponsors: The Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA),
Advanced Microsystems and Package Technology Alliance (AMPA) and
Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) Taiwan
Date: June 16, 2010
Location: Leuven, Belgium
The International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative’s mission is to forecast and accelerate improvements in the electronics manufacturing industry for a sustainable future. This industry-led consortium is made up of approximately 100 manufacturers, suppliers, industry associations and consortia, government agencies and universities. iNEMI roadmaps the needs of the electronics industry, identifies gaps in the technology infrastructure, establishes implementation projects to eliminate these gaps (both business and technical), and stimulates standards activities to speed the introduction of new technologies. The consortium also works with government agencies, universities and other funding agencies to set priorities for future industry needs and R&D initiatives. iNEMI is based in Herndon, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.), with regional offices in Shanghai, China; Limerick, Ireland; and Tokyo, Japan. For additional information about iNEMI, go to http://www.inemi.org.